Judith Newman is, together with Allen Hornblum and Gregory Dober, author of Against Their Will: The Secret History of Medical Experimentation on Children in Cold War America . She discusses the background for and the extent of non-consentual experimentation on human beings, in particular underprivileged children, in the United States through the twentieth century. Dr. Judith Newman has been a faculty member at Penn State's Abington College for 36 years and has been the recipient of several... Topics: human experimentation, judith newman
byUnited States. National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research; Policy Research Incorporated. comprehensive study of the ethical, legal, and social implications of advances in biomedical and behavioral research and technology
Appendix A (p. 1-297): A comprehensive study of the ethical, legal, and social implications of advances in biomedical and behavioral research and technology: final report [by] Policy Research Incorporated Topics: Medical policy, Medical ethics, Medicine, Human experimentation in medicine, Ethics, Medical, Human...
This is a clinical film showing experiments on an anaesthetised male subject in order to test the 'righting behaviour' of five different life jackets / buoyancy aids (including a German model) in a swimming pool. The experiments took place during WWII. The models are preceeded with intertitles with the relevant model details: RAF Mae West, USAAF Life Waistcoat, BOT Victory Lifebelt, Morner Life Bag, German kapok life waistcoat with chin support. 2 segments. Topics: Medicine, Military, Anesthesia, Human Experimentation, Accidents, Warfare, Medicine, Military,...
The death of an American tabloid journalist, living in Amsterdam, puts Inspector Jacko Jackson on the trail of a doctor, believed to be carrying on the legacy of his Nazi father with experiments on captive patients. Jackson is aided by a beautiful Dutch policewoman. By the author of Blood Brother Topics: Jackson, Jacko (Fictitious character), Human experimentation in medicine, British